Saturday, May 16, 2009

Little Lov'n Monday

Little Lov'n Monday is a day we celebrate the work of fellow bloggers. Between now and Wednesday, post a link to an article, contest, interview, poem- anything you think deserves a little lov'n. Leave a link and be entered in LLM Giveaway. Deadline is May 22. Winner announced every Saturday. Congratulations to Geoffrey, winner (5/15)! Check him out at Geoffrey Philip's. Geoffrey is a poet, writer and friend. Show him some love.

Commit to visiting 5 blogs and leaving comments. If you do that, let us know. You might not care about winning a book, but I'm thinking you're a cool person who cares. Tell us that you shared some love. Thanks. Winner may choose a prize from the list or any previously offered book if it is available:
Bloodchild and Other Stories by Octavia E. Butler
Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat
Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
A Tree Grows In Brooklyn by Betty Smith
The Meaning of Consuelo by Judith Ortiz Cofer (YA)
Stolen Lives by Malika Oufkir

Earn 1 entry for leaving a link to a post you think we should check out. Earn extra entries:
+5 for saying you visited folks and shared some love
+3 for posting LLM icon/link in your sidebar
+2 for blogging about LLM
Leave a separate comment for each entry.

Check These Out:
Super Hussy Media Survey- a very cool site for girls/women
A New Puppy @ Must and Lust for Books
48 hour book challenge @ Mother Reader
Getting Books in Teen Boys Hands@ Guys Lit Wire
Summer Blog Blast Tour @ Chasing Ray
"Birthday Ballon" @ Surface Tension
Beyond The Blog - Big hug alert here for Tony
When The Music's Over- ditto, big hug alert for Michael
The Maelstrom- hug alert for Ann (fantasy fiction, rock band)
Piece of Pie Ala Mode- hug alert


Anonymous said...

Her blog header says "The heart of a reader. The soul of a mother. The mouth of a smartass." How can one not love that blog!! Coming up the weekend of 5 June "The Fourth Annual 48 Hr. Book Challenge" said...

Dear Black-eyed Susan,

Give thanks for all the help you have given me.


Doret said...

Guys Lit Wire's Book Fair for Boys

Chasing Ray - the line up for the author tour is up

Doret said...

One more over at Ringshout - A guest post by a self published author

susan said...

You give a lot of love. Would you like one of the books?
Much love to you,

susan said...

Ah, I remember Mother Reader. Thanks for the link, Edi.

ThomG said...

OK< going to give a shout-out to me, first (cause you have to love yourself):

Tony over at "Beyond the Blog:"


Ann (Bunnygirl):

Piece of Pie ala Mode: said...

Black-eyed Susan, please donate The Meaning of Consuelo by Judith Ortiz Cofer to a charity that encourages children to read or to your local library.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for pointing out Geoffrey Philip's blog. It looks like a very good place to go! I stopped by more than 5 blogs and left comments this weekend.

One blog I love so much is not a book blog but a political blog, but you didn't specify :--) so I am recommending Field Negro. Here is his latest post address:

Marie Burton said...

Susan, thanks for stopping by my blog :)
I love meeting all the different people in the blogosphere, it seems so much friendly there then it is in real life.
(Am I really this cynical? I don't think so).

mee said...

I have spread some love this morning ;). Oh the link to Beyond The Blog on your list needs to be fixed I think.

susan said...

Geoffrey, Color Online will be donating a copy of The
Meaning of Consuelo
on your behalf to Adele's Literacy Library.

MotherReader said...

Thanks so much for including my blog, and more specifically and importantly, the 48 Hour Book Challenge. This is my fourth year running a challenge for bloggers to read and blog for as much of a weekend as you can. Yes, there are prizes, but the best prize is giving yourself permission to make reading your priority for 48 hours. You still may need to take the kids to a soccer game or go to a co-worker's pool party, but for everything else you can say, "Sorry, but I have to read all day."

For me the 48HBC is also about the community of bloggers and sharing the experience. This year the 48HBC is encouraging participants to tie their own personal readathon to a cause of their choice to add a little bit of the Greater Good to the challenge and maybe make it easier to read just a little longer.

Sorry this was kinda long, but I'm honored to be included in your lovefest.

Rebecca :) said...

I am leaving a link to the post on my blog, where I blogged about this giveaway and which has five blogs that you should check out!

Rebecca :) said...

I shared some love today, too. I have been behind on reading blogs, but I started getting caught up today and I left comments as support!

susan said...

Thanks Rebecca!

Melanie said...

I spread the love with at least five blogs to day. Its really interesting the blogs you come across, just by randomly browsing. I think everyone should go check out the post below. It made me smile, and I think everyone needs to smile! said...

Thanks for donating the book, Black-eyed Susan.

susan said...

Rebecca, MotherReader and Melanie, thanks for coming by and sharing the love. More links up shortly.

Keep on lov'n. :-)

Super Hussy said...

Thanks so much for including me in your link love and doing what you do.

Ali said...

Check out Christine's post at She Reads Books, about how libraries and used bookstores support authors: